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Intestinal Permability and Autoimmunity

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I found this easy-to-follow lecture by Dr. Fansano, a leading celiac researcher, regarding the implications of zonulin, (a newly found protein) that is involved in regulating intestinal permeability.    It might be the cause of why we celiacs have so many varied intolerances to foods other than gluten!  Better yet, zonulin might be linked to other autoimmune disorders.  

Here is his bio:

https://celiac.org/provider/alessio-fasano-md/

Here is the video:

No time to watch or you like reading scientific papers?  

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3384703/

Enjoy!  

Edited by cyclinglady
Typos on my iPad! ?

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